Romney Marsh: Environmental Change and Human Occupation in a Coastal Lowland

Romney Marsh: Environmental Change and Human Occupation in a Coastal Lowland

By: Antony Long (author), Mark Gardiner (author), Jill Eddison (author)Paperback

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Twelve papers exploring the development of Romney Marsh, a spit of land battered by some of Britain's stormiest seas. Topics range from the physical evolution and sediment layers to landscape transformation in late medieval and early modern times, and malarial trends. There are four papers on geomorphological developments, one about field archaeology and seven historical entries. "a particularly fine example of interdisciplinary research" NewsWARP 24, 1998.

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  • ISBN13: 9780947816469
  • Format: Paperback
  • Number Of Pages: 220
  • ID: 9780947816469
  • ISBN10: 0947816461

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